Caitlin Grey (foenix) wrote,
Caitlin Grey

Puppets, Puppets Everywhere

Happy Mother's Day!

Finally Trisk gets back to what we do best, and I don't think it's a coincidence that we are also getting back to the Puppet Master series.  Precisely because I plan when the movies I review are done, but I digress...

We kick off our May full reviews with Curse of the Puppet Master, which has the simple plot of an *ahem* doctor trying to recreate Toulon's process and make his own puppet.  He enlists a boy to carve his new toy, and there's not much else to the story here.

In fact, the plot is almost completely lifted from another movie we previously Trisked.  It didn't become clear to me until I was editing the review before today's posting.  Can you guess what movie it is before I pull back the curtain?


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